# How to make eps file imported in .tex , un-cropped?

I have a eps file with a very high resolution. Now when I am trying to import it in my tex file using include graphics I am only able to see part of it, i.e. its cropped. I already played with width, height, keepaspectratio which didn't help.

Here is my simplified tex file:

\documentclass [11pt,a4paper] {article}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\begin{document}
\begin{figure}[!htb]
\centering
\includegraphics[width=500pt]{Uniform.eps}
\label{fig:Uniform}
\end{figure}
\end{document}


And here is the output:

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eps files are vectorial images, they don't have resolution like bmp files. I believe that the problem is with the bounding box. Try \fbox{} to insert the image inside, to see the box. –  Sigur May 5 '13 at 23:51
Well the underlying graph is not a vectorized graph but a picture...that is the reason that resolution matters –  Naji May 5 '13 at 23:53
@Sigur how can I set sizes of an fbox? I couldn't find it. –  Naji May 5 '13 at 23:56
Just use \fbox{\includegraphics[width=500pt]{Uniform.eps}} to see the box used by the image. Then you can try to fix your problem. –  Sigur May 5 '13 at 23:58
11pt article class \textwidth is 360pt and you are specifying 500pt width so it is not going to fit. –  David Carlisle May 6 '13 at 0:08

11pt article class \textwidth is 360pt and you are specifying 500pt width so it is not going to fit.
You can use [width=\textwidth] to get a full width figure rather than specify a size in points.
you never said but cropped vertically or horizontally? if it is too high you need [width=\textwidth,height=\textheight,keepapectratio] –  David Carlisle May 6 '13 at 0:24
Try pdftex. If not, so I have no idea. –  Sigur May 6 '13 at 0:54